With the appropriate evidence-based interventions in place, reading skills can be greatly improved. Our Speech-Language Pathologists, specially trained in the evaluation and treatment of Dyslexia, will conduct a complete assessment and develop an individualized treatment plan that is individualized to meet your child’s unique speech, language, and literacy needs. This plan will build on your child’s strengths to improve these areas of need.
We understand that everyone is different, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. At Ridge Zeller Therapy, we rely on the use of research-based methodologies with proven results.
Your child's evaluation will include:
The professional in charge of each individual’s Dyslexia evaluation and treatment program is known as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). The SLP will work with each individual to design a program that meets the unique needs of that person. Meaningful activities will be developed to make therapy interesting and effective in meeting goals.
"Yes, I have Dyslexia and I am Successful."
Ridge Zeller Therapy Co-Director Meghan Zeller shares her personal story of growing up with Dyslexia, her family history of Dyslexia, and the importance of early identification. She discusses how every dyslexic is not the same and how Ridge Zeller Therapy's specialized team uses multiple resources to create tailored programs that meet the unique needs of each person.
Our speech-language pathologists are specially trained in conducting complete dyslexia evaluations and developing individualized dyslexia treatment and intervention plans that meet your child’s unique speech, language, and literacy needs. This plan will build on your child’s strengths to improve these areas of need.
Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability that impacts an individual’s ability to read, write, spell, comprehend, and express themselves in all aspects of life and is more common than any other type of learning disability. Unless explicit and targeted intervention is provided, these difficulties will continue into adulthood and can result in poor self-esteem, social isolation, and under- and unemployment. Appropriate dyslexia diagnosis and interventions are critical.
Individuals with dyslexia may exhibit difficulty with:
We provide therapy services in schools, homes, via telehealt, and in our clinic located in Chandler.